Chances for African-American Male at Top Schools

<p>PRStats on my homepage</p>

<p>Please evaluate my chances at:
Carnegie Mellon
University of Pennsylvania
Princeton University
MIT
Cornell
University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
University of Maryland - College Park (instate)</p>

<p>Thank you very much.</p>

<p>Type out your stats and I will respond to you pronto.</p>

<p>Profile</p>

<p>School Type: Public
Location: Silver Spring, MD
Race/Gender: African-American Male
Prospective Major: Electrical/Mechanical Engineering, Economics, Public Policy
AIM: TheDarkSecret II
Unweighted GPA: 3.79
Weighted GPA: 4.54 </p>

<p>SAT I Scores
SAT I Math: 720
SAT I Verbal: 690 </p>

<p>SAT II Scores
SAT II Writing: 680
SAT II Math IIC: 760
SAT II Physics: Nov </p>

<p>Long-form Info</p>

<p>Extracurricular Info
-International Baccalaureate Student Group (Co-Founder/Co-President)
-MuAlphaTheta Math Honor Society (Math Tutor and Co-President)
-Student Government Association (Treasurer)
-Senior Class Council Senior/Freshman Mentor
-Leadership Council - Student Member
-Its Academic Team
-Indoor Track and Field Team
-Outdoor Track and Field Team
-Digital Art Club</p>

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<p>Other Info
Full International Baccalaureate Student
-HL English, HL History of Europe/Russia, HL Computer Science<br>
-SL Math Studies, SL Spanish, SL Physics </p>

<p>6 Advanced Placement
-American Gov't and Politics
-Calculus BC
-Computer Science AB
-Statistics
-Physics C
-United States History </p>

<p>Summer Activities:
Carnegie Mellon University
Summer Academy for Math and Science 2003 and 2004
-Differential Calculus (21-115), Grade: A </p>

<p>Awards:
-National Achievement Scholarship Program Semifinalist
-Maryland Distinguished Scholar - Honorable Mention
-Student of the Quarter (2003)
-African-American Festival for Academic Excellence Award
-Scholar Athlete Award</p>

<p>I think you may remember me from my board in the Princeton forum (or was it "what are my chances?"...but w/e). First of all, let me say you seem to have a great chance at all the schools on your list. In fact, except for Princeton, MIT, and possibly UPenn, I would think it's safe to say that you're 100% in, provided you take your applications seriously. At Princeton, MIT, and UPenn, you are still a promising candidate, although your chances would be reduced to, say about, a 50% for regular decision.</p>

<p>thanks Valdez, good luck to u as well</p>